STEM EDUCATION - Higher Education

Errol B. Davis Jr. Named First Black Chancellor-Designate of the University System of Georgia

by Staff and News Wire Report | December 9, 2005
Board of Regents Chairman J. Timothy Shelnut announced this week that Erroll B. Davis Jr., chai [...] Read more

University of Tennessee to Offer In-state Tuition to North Carolina-based Tribe

by Associated Press | November 30, 2005
The flagship campus of the University of Tennessee system is working on an agreement to... [...] Read more

Government Questions Effectiveness Of STEM Expenditures

by Staff and News Wire Report | November 17, 2005
About $2.8 billion from nearly every federal cabinet department went into 207 education program [...] Read more

Linking College Phone Systems Will Enable Free Calling Between Schools

by Staff | September 22, 2005
Seeking the free flow of information between academic institutions on a global basis, the Rober [...] Read more

State Court Sides With California

by Associated Press |
A state appeals court dismissed a student’s lawsuit against the California State University s [...] Read more

Princeton Changes Tenure Policy To Stem ‘Mommy Trap’

by Staff |
Princeton University has adopted a new policy that automatically grants male and female faculty [...] Read more

Business Groups Push to Increase STEM Graduates

by Staff and News Wire Report | September 8, 2005
Describing our “scientific and technical capacity” as one that’s “beginning to atrophy [...] Read more

Georgia Regents Pick First Black Woman As Interim Chancellor

by Associated Press |
Corlis Cummings, currently one of three senior vice chancellors, was named interim chancellor o [...] Read more

New FAMU Provost Comes With Controversy

by Marlon A. Walker |
With stints as a top administrator at Florida State University and as chancellor of the State U [...] Read more

Bates, Bowdoin, UMaine System to Help Katrina’s Victims

by Associated Press | September 7, 2005
Some Maine colleges are offering free or tuition or in-state rates to students whose plans to s [...] Read more

Court Sides with California State University Admissions Policy

by Associated Press | August 19, 2005
A state appeals court dismissed a student's lawsuit against the California State University sys [...] Read more

Georgia Regents Pick First Black Woman as Interim Chancellor

by Associated Press | August 15, 2005
A Black woman was chosen last week as interim chancellor of the state's university system [...] Read more

University of California System More Diverse Than Originally Thought

by Black Issues | August 26, 2004
University of California System More Diverse Than Originally ThoughtResearch shows more than ha [...] Read more

Study Details How Faculty Use Course Management Systems

by Black Issues | July 17, 2004
Study Details How Faculty Use Course Management SystemsDENVERTwo-thirds of faculty members incr [...] Read more

Shut Out Of the System

by Black Issues | June 3, 2004
Shut Out Of the System As competition increases for slots at UC-Berkeley, admission offers to m [...] Read more